Attention clinicians interested in becoming researchers! We have a new opportunity for an internal DFM Research Career Development Award which provides protected time for research, mentoring, and other support. This is a competitive award for faculty who are currently clinically-focused, but have a strong desire to progress toward a career as a funded researcher as a portion of their time. If you are interested, it is strongly suggested that you contact Jodi Holtrop, PhD, Vice Chair for Research at Jodi.Holtrop@cuanschutz.edu in advance of applying.
The University of Colorado’s Department of Family Medicine is a great place to work! We have over 250 faculty and staff working together to help people be healthier.
We’re transforming the healthcare you receive so that it becomes high quality care that is a good value—and so that all your health needs are addressed in a coordinated, integrated fashion. We are also training people to give that kind of healthcare, and we support research that answers the questions about the best possible care. We are not only a member of the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus family, but we are also part of the community around us—in fact, we serve as a bridge between the two, bringing the resources of each to the other. We believe that an academic health center should participate in the life of the community in which it is embedded, and that we should grow and succeed together.
There are several words we use a lot around here: Service, Innovation, Collaboration. These words signify values that we hope you can see in all our work and in all our programs.
The University of Colorado offers a comprehensive total compensation package including:
Find out more by reviewing our benefits.
For more information on working for the University of Colorado | Anschutz Medical Campus and to see other job openings, please visit: www.cu.edu/cu-careers.
We are seeking a biostatistician for our exemplary research program which is characterized by excellence in primary care research, in particular: research methods and analytics, practice innovation, practice-based research networks, chronic disease management, health equity and much more. We have approximately $25 million per year in collected funding for our research and are considered among the top departments of family medicine in the U.S.
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